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     What’s Happening in Greenville?

    Got all things planned for this week? Don’t miss to include a day out or two with your family or friends. There are plenty of things to do in Greenville and they come in all flavors – concerts, plays, outdoor entertainment and more. Start your week off with a bang with our pick of the best happenings in Greenville this week.

    Sep 11, Mon 7:30 PM 
    The Bodyguard
    The Peace Center
     Sep 11, Mon 5 PM
    Maker Mondays Community Dinner
    Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery
    Sep 12, Tue, 6:30 PM
    An Evening With Barb Blair
    Vintage Now Modern
    Sep 12, Tue, 7 PM
    Greek Wine Class & Tasting
    Joe’s Place Bookstore
    Sep 13, Wed, 8 PM
    Four Old Broads
    Centre Stage
    Sep 13, Wed, 8:30 PM
    Fidelity Investments Moonlight Movie Series
    Falls Park on the Reedy
    Sep 14,  Thu 
    Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive
    NOMA Square
    Sep 14, Thu, 6 PM
    Apple Orchard Cooking Class
    The Cook’s Station
     
    Sep 15  Fri, 5:30 PM
    Main Street Fridays
    NOMA Square
    Sep 15,  Fri,  7:30 PM
    Tim McGraw and Faith Hill; Soul 2 Soul World Tour
    Bon Secours Wellness Arena
    Sep 16,  Sat, 5 PM
    Enchanted Chalice Renaissance Faire
    Greenville Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
    Sep 16, Sat, 6 PM
    Benton Blount
    Trailblazer Park
    Sep 17, Sun, 9 AM 
    Indie Craft Parade
    Huguenot Mill
    Sep 17, Sun, 12 PM
    Curious George: Let’s Get Curious!
    Upcountry History Museum

     

     Foodie Destination of the Week

    The restaurant scene in Greenville has exploded off the past decade with new restaurants springing up here and there. Downtown Greenville alone has brought an array of tasty cuisines to pick from which makes it a great place for anyone who wants to try different culinary experiences. This week, we’ll highlight one of the best places to dine and experience Greenville’s gastronomic delights.

    Swamp Rabbit Cafe

    There are a lot of ways to burn calories when you head to GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail; bike, walk or jog. Either way, when you have reached your limit and you need to refuel, there’s one place to go to grab a quick bite or two, and we are sure you’ve already heard about this place –  The Swamp Rabbit Cafe.

    The Swamp Rabbit Cafe is not your typical cafe. It is a local food grocery, bakery, cafe, pizza joint, and a place where there is a sense of community. Step inside the Swamp Rabbit Cafe any time of the day and the place feels alive. The place smells of fresh-brewed coffee and baked goodies that will make your mouth water –  they really take the quality of their coffee and food seriously. So you’ll most likely come back for more. Also, the familiarity of the customers is unmistakeable. You’ll see them discussing everyday life over fresh-made muffins.

    The Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery is also known for promoting small family farms and food artisans from within 150 miles of Greenville so you know where the food comes from and are assured of its quality. The cafe is very accessible. It is just right off the Swamp Rabbit Trail. If you haven’t checked out this place, now is a great time to discover a new world of food perfection. You won’t be disappointed.

     

    Address: 205 Cedar Lane Road, Greenville, SC 29611
    Phone: (864) 225-3385
    Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 am – 7 pm, Sat 7:30 am – 6 pm, Sun 8 am – 6 pm
    Price Range: Under $10

     

     Lend a Helping Hand

    If you have seen or heard any news, we are sure you are aware of the devastation that Hurricane Harvey has left in South Texas or what the aftermath of Hurrican Irma is like when it devastated Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, and now Florida. Every minute matters for the victims to start to rebuild not only their lives, their home, and communities. They need our help.

    Keller Williams has always been there to care for and support people in times of need, such as the tornado in Joplin, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, the floods in Louisiana and West Virginia as well as other disasters. And this time is no different.

    Remarkably, Keller Williams has a non-profit called KWCares which is fortunately different than most non-profits, in the fact they give 100% of the money collected because all employees of KWCares are paid by Keller William Realty International, and the volunteer work is completed by KW agents that give of their time.

    Semi-trucks full of generators, shovels, water and other supplies are ready to go and KW will continue to provide supplies thanks to people like you. Will you participate in an act of kindness by giving a donation to KWCares to help with hurricane relief knowing that 100% of your donation will be given to families to help them rebuild? Every dollar counts.

     

     Real Estate Highlight

    Preparing Your Budget for Homeownership

    Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you’re going to make in your life that’s why it’s important to know if you are financially ready to make the first step. A big decision like this needs planning ahead as much as one year or more before you buy a home…


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